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Old 5th September 2009, 10:09 PM   #621
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mmmm, must be something to do with the snazzy way the new forum software displays pics.

Its too late to edit the post now but I'll have a look later. I can email you higher res ones if thats any good to you.

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Old 5th September 2009, 10:11 PM   #622
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Yeah, ok heres what you can do. Copy the link by right clicking on the above pics (ie the thumbnails) and paste the URL into and new browser tab. Near the end of the URL you will see the letters "th". Just remove them. then you get to see them at the res I uploaded them at (which is still fairly small)

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RJM, did you get my private message? I having some voltage problems with one of my channels...Wondering if you had any thoughts. I sent it diyaudio account.

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RJM, did you get my private message? I having some voltage problems with one of my channels...Wondering if you had any thoughts. I sent it diyaudio account.

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Today's lesson learnt: do not short the transistor pins together with your multimeter when measuring the board voltages, as the transistor with blow. (Datasheet absolute max E-B voltage for BD136/138/140 is only 5V)
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Today's lesson learnt: do not short the transistor pins together with your multimeter when measuring the board voltages, as the transistor with blow. (Datasheet absolute max E-B voltage for BD136/138/140 is only 5V)
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Old 11th September 2009, 04:21 PM   #627
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Default 2k2 resistors

HI guys,
finally rhys´ "half" p3 kit came to me via the good boy P-A.

With the kit came per board two "little"-supposingly metal film 2k2 resistors, the rest of the 2k2 are that mills-sausages. Can anybody give me a hint where to place that two little ones?

2k2 are:
R3
R4
R15
R16
R17
R18


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Old 11th September 2009, 08:36 PM   #628
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Didn't you get the parts placement?
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Old 11th September 2009, 09:58 PM   #629
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hi P-A,
yes of cause, i got the placements, but not how to distinguish between the different types with same value. I have two types of 2R2 resistors.

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The BOM says R3 and R4 should be Carbon....
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